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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., OCTOBER 23, 189!).
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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
At tho'Ocennio vbarf today the
ship Occidental id discharging
Iho America Mnru carried 91
Japanese and 185 Chinese from
tbifl pott when oho loft for tub
Notice is given that all shoot-
nnn ilia Innrla anrl aan nail.
erios of Knkaluaeo is sttictly for-,
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ed administrator of the estate ol
A.A.Todd, a former resident of
this city who died in Samoa.
F.'nd. C. Church, of the LeMun
ycu Photo Co., was out gottinR
landacapo views along the O. R.
fe L. Co. yesterday. Somo good
cloud effict9 nod surf pictures are
Judge Ferry has issued a commis
sion to Mr. Snckett of Geneva, N.
Y., to take tpttimnny as to the rela
tionship of William Dean, deceas
ed, and showinp tun relationship
of Thomas Dean.
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LOCAL AND GENERAL,
In tho estate of Williams, de
ceased, the reports of J. A.
Thompson, commissioner, nro
affirmed and tho accounts of W.
R. Castle, administrator, approv
ed by Judge Perry.
Tn flu. pen of W. Ti. Rinnlpr.
Judge of the Circuit Court, suing
for the use and benefit of Laahin,
n minor, vs. Dereoaba and Akol
jndemput wau rendered for plain
tiff in tho sum of S20U.
Tonight Ho-r Friedenthal, .ho ,
great ptaniBt, gives his farewell i
recital at tho Y. M. 0. A. ball. I
Lovirs of music should not fail
to take in this final performance
fiB an opportunity of this nature :
seldom otters itself. Tho public ,
will repret to learn that owing to .
the indisposition of Mrs. Annis
Montngno Turner that lady will
bcmnaulo to appear.
By the breaking of a wheel on '
the cart of n "pake" washerman i
this morning the week's wah of
several families together with the
driver of tho brake wan deposit d :
on the street corner of Alake
and King, The pile f
linen removed on tho ground sev.
oral hours and wis utilized by
sevoraltreet laborers as a bed ,
durinp the uoon hour.
IF YOU WANT A SUBSTANTIAL,
EASY-RISING WHEEL, BUY A
WHITMAN & CO.,
WALL, NICHOLS CO
They Occupy the Proudest Posi
tion of all Pianos in
the World !
BECAUSE of their artistic merit they superseded all
others before any of the American Pianos now manufactured
BECAUSE they stand to-day the recognized repre
sentative of the highest development in artistic and scientific
Their position was not gained1
and is not maintained,
by purchased influence!
THE BEBGSTROM MUSIC CO,
Proeress Blook, .Fort St.
Sole Agents for Chlckerlng, Kimball, Kroeger, Krell, Crown, Royal, Pianos.
.Aloha Collection of Hawaiian Songs.fa-
OPERA :: SEASON :: GOODS.
.Has now on view the choicest selection of,,
High Class Opera Wear
Ever seen In Honolulu, being the SPECIAL IMPORTATION selected
durlnir her recent Eastern visit, ihese elegant goods comprise OPERA CAPES,
WAlfre.i MARIE i ANTOINETTE SCARFS, and NECKWEAR of the richest
designs of thepresent New York and Paris fashions. HATS In the very latest Eastern
stvles Also Fringes and Butterfly Effects.
During the Opera Season, Miss Killean has arranged a special department for
Coiffeurs of the latest Parisian styles.
Special Engagements may be made by ringing up
Clerk Crowcll is back nt his
place in tho Deputy Marshal's
office after a brief illnoes.
H. S. TowDsend, F. J. Wallace
and II. Shenglo were among the
arrivals from Kauai ports Sunday.
Sheriff Coney of Kauai will re
turn (o his home in Lihuo in the
W. G. Hall tomorrow afternoon.
The surf from Waianao to "Wai
alua is of a dark red color caused
by the wash of tho late heavy
For raen'B and boys' furuisbinc
goods and Dr. Diomol's linen
meeu uuderwenr try rue linen
The sower men are now dig
giug up Merchant street in front
of the Police Station. Bothel
stroot will be next.
Mr. and Mre. N. Emmet May
will retnru trom Waialua today.
They will occupy tboir homo just
completed at Makiki.
Preparations aro being jnado to
move St. Cloment'ri chapel from
its present location to the cornor
of Makiki and Wilder avenue.
The black swan which left Ka-
piolani Park several mouths ago
has been heard of from Kauai
It will probably bo returned hero.
Dnficu tho absenco of Mr.
Bruce Cartwright, Mr. W. M.
Graham has power of attorney to
act on his heuulf. bee rew .to
day. Henry May & Co., Ltd., will
receive by the S S. Australia due
Wednesday a tine cooeifruinout of
frui b, vegetables, fresh tirh, ob
ters, eto., etc. Scoad ou pago -1
In tho Police Conrt this fore
noon Autono was fined 4 aud
costs for assault and battel y ou a
CbinamAn. This wau ouly an
other case of Portuguese hood
The country all along tho libo
of the O. It & L. Co has been
preutly benffittKl by tbeluto rains.
Where all was brown and dry two
wotka Rgo there is now a corpet
of groi n
The spring board and large now
verandah at the Heulani club are
being greatly enjoyed by the mem
bars. An effort will b mtulo to
have u scaffold with slide, rinps
and trapeze built in tho deep
water makai of the boat house.
A bunch of cano nine mouth's
old from the Maunalei plantation
is on exhibition at tlie officii of
Gear, Laosing & Co. The caae
is a fair sample of the progress
already made and of what may be
expected from the new plantation.
Members of the N. G, II. re
turned from the funeral to tho
d i ill ehfcl Sunday evening aud
there bold high carnival much to
the disguBt ot tho people of tho
neighborhood. Included in the
performanco was tho singing ol
national aire, "Dio Wacht Am
Iihein" being sung with great
Tho battalion of the Gth Attil
lery which started to march around
the island, are encamped at Waia
lua ou the beach. They reached
the latter placo in a very bedrng
nled condition having been canuii'
n a terrific downpour. Several i
the men who ware taken sick i.u
the march wore sent home on the
train last uigbt.
On Saturtay evening a picas
ant surpno party was mvon to
Mr. and Mrs. Merrill at tho Hono
lulu Sanatorium, King street, the
occasion being the second anni-
Vrrtnrv ot thai couplo's weddinc.
Tho affair wis very enjovablo.
IK (Jleveland and the Misses
Rice aud Bartholomew scorinc a
decided hit in their capacity of
What tourists and travelers
really should purchase is some
thing that will last, something
that will over remind them of this
Pacific "Paradise." Tho "Aloha
Collection of Hawaiian Songs," is
the only article that will fully sat
isfy. Price S3. For Bale at the
Hawaiian Bazaar, Masonic Tom
plo, corner Hotel and Alakca
A very intoxicated man bad a
narrow escape from being crushed
to death under tho wheels of a
passing train yesterday. He was
on the train from Waialua having
been put on at Oahu plantation.
The regular train was Bido-tracled
to let the local go by at Moanalua
andtboman in alighting fell up
against the moving train and was
knocked down and rolled quite n
distance. Ho was not hurt.
In Grecian and Roman
We have just opened an elegant line o' Ladies' Dnss and
Kvenin" Sandals, in Patent Leather, Urone and Black, em
broidered vamps. New designs, one and two straps, and the
Grecian fold. The very pink of exquisite taste, essentially
full dress in every detail. .
These are just in season for the Boston Lyrics and Clay
Don't tail to see these, before buying elsewhere.
Mclnerny Shoe Store.
KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRES
ENTS, that I, JAMES A. KING, Minister
of the Interior of the Hawaiian Islands, do
hereby certify and make known, that t
have examined Into the condition of 'THE
FIRST AMERICAN BANK OF HA
WAII, LIMITED," and It satisfactorily
appearing to me that the sum of Five
Hmdred Thousand Dollars has been paid
in on account of Its capital stock, that the
Directors of said Bank are B. F. Ullllng
ham, owning 200 shares of stocl., Mark P
Robinson, owning 200 shares, G. W. Mac
farliue, owning 25 shares, Bruce Cart
wrlglit, owning 50 shares, and Ccc'
Brown, owning 36 share;, and that all
residents of Honolulu, in the Island at
Oahu.; and It also appearing to me tf .
said corporation has complied with .'' ne
provisions of the Banking Act ol i&'M.
required before commencing business, and
is lawfully entitled to conune e the busi
ness of banking, permission Is therefore
HEREBY GIVEN to "THE FIRST
AMERICAN BANK OF HAWAII, Lk.
1TED," to commence such business.
GIVEN under my hand and the.
seal of the Department of the
SUAL. Interior, this 5H1 day of Sep
(Signed), JAMES A. KING,
Minister of the Interior.
The above is a ttue and faithful copy
th. Certificate granted to The First Ameri
can Bank of Hawaii, Limited, under the
provisions of the Banking Act of 1884.
E. M. BOYD,
We take pleasure In announcing that we are manufacturing, and keep
constantly on hand, a nice line of Clothes Bags, suitable for containing the
dirty linen, also for carrying the wash to and from the laundry.
We make Awnings, Tents, Hammocks, etc., etc. and everything In
PEARSON & POTTER CO., Ltd.,
312 Fort street. Telephone 5G5.
1 King tretl
TAItO PATCH FIDDLE8.
Workntnihlp anil MiKrltl GtnumnJ. Hm.
:: No. S19K KING
CARRIAGE, WAGON AND TRUCK
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todoo tlo Punchbo! ntti
GruitJirH, s Ultixlele,
TARO PATCH FIDDLES.
Worktnanihtp and iraterlal guaranttel K..iu,
?34 FORT ST.,
4. Near corner ol Chaplain Uet
Cleaning and Kepalrlnr at Short Nolle.,
anil In the belt poatlbl. aanotr.
Agency Rubber Tire Wheel Company.
HAWAIIAN CARRIAGE MANUFACTURING CO.
Jueen Street near Fort. 1 ja8.
0. A. GltOTE,
MERCHANT : 'TAILOR '
ClotliOH mado 10 ordor Ht n roahonsU
coht. ClotheH etonilod, ropalretl aid
dyed. FlrM-clam work KunninU'Od. I
(). box 280. Unlim ttreot, Honolu.!.
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Am Now Showings
Real Maltese Lace and Insertion,
Real and Imitation Valencienes Lace
and Insertion, Real Torchon Lace and
Insertion, Embroidered Lisse; Ivory,
Edel, Guipure, Malines Lace and In
The above are my personal pur
chases in England, and are worthy of
different shades and colors in high"
grade Japanese Silks.
E. W. JORDAN,
No. 10 FORT ST.